Monday, April 1, 2013

CPA / Enrolled agent

The following was sent to us via the contact form and posted with the users permission.

By Anonymous:
Dear Sex Offender Blogsite,

I noticed that at time you will post emails from RSOs that need help or advice. I am a RSO and have a Deferred Adjudication for Online Solicitation Of A Minor (sting operation). I have been off of probation for a few years, but am really having difficulty getting a job. I have always worked in accounting, but nobody will have a RSO. I do want to start my own tax business and would like to sit for the CPA examination or become an Enrolled Agent with the IRS. However, there are background checks associated with this. While I don't have a CONVICTION, I of course still have a record and am on the registry.

What I would like to know is if there is anyone out there that has become a CPA or Enrolled Agent after becoming a RSO, and if so were there any additional hoops they had to jump through to do it?



1 comment : said...

I was released in 1987 after spending 7 years in Folsom State Prison in California.
I applied for a job with the state which only required you to answer the question have you been convicted of a felony if you were applying for certain jobs, such as prison work. As I applied for a typist position I was offered manynjobs in many locations because I could type 80 wpm. Retired from that job after almost 20 years as an informatin systems analyst.
Alternatively, if your status disables you through stress from holding down a regular job, file for disability!